The long-awaited day has arrived. Beyoncé gave birth to twins on June 12. Although little information has been released about these infants, it's safe to say the Beyhive — AKA the entire world — is eagerly awaiting any and all information about their arrival. In the meantime, the names for Beyoncé's twins inspired by Lemonade can help fans bide their time until the real names are announced.
In the lead-up to this big event, there is still a lot of speculation swirling about the latest members of the Carter family. As with any new babies, there is tremendous anticipation for the names. With an older sister who sports the moniker Blue Ivy, it's a safe bet that these babies will have some beautiful, iconic names as well.
Will Beyoncé continue with the trend of colors, or use something else entirely for inspiration? Plenty of her fans would support the use of Slay & Flawless as baby names, although I have a hard time imagining Queen Bay mining hashtags for inspiration. The groundbreaking Lemonade album, however, is rich with material for baby names. As the world waits for confirmation, one thing is certain: these babies are destined for a pretty fantastic start at life.
1. Swae & Will
Beyoncé was clearly the driving force behind Lemonade's concept and content. But additional lyricists, such as Swae Lee and Mike WiLL Made It, also added to the album's artistry.
2. Gold & Roc
These names continue with the colorful theme started by Blue Ivy. Plus, they sound pretty bad*ss together.
3. Zen & Amandla
Plenty of famous faces appeared in the video for Lemonade. The actresses Zendaya and Amandla Stenberg would both make fitting namesakes for the twins.
4. Star & Zaki
These names reference the lyrics from "6 INCH," a song about success and empowerment. Also, shouldn't Beyoncé have a child named Star? It seems fitting.
5. Hattie & Blanc
According to Bustle, the final words of "Freedom" are spoken by Hattie White, Jay-Z's grandmother. And her message is one of strength and perseverance. Giving the twins a name that references their great-grandmother would be a sentimental move.
6. Becky & Ace
Granted, Beyoncé is not likely to name her child after the infamous Becky. But Ace might make the cut.
7. Mya & Freedia
Messy Mya and Big Freedia helped Bey take "Formation" to the next level. Why not give her collaborators a nod when naming the twins?